Sawz-All Blades

What brand of sawz-all blades do you professionals like?
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Blue Mol, followed by Milwaukee (which has most of its blades made by Blu Mol.) Blu Mol is all I buy.
When we do a demo or repairs and have fresh blades in the recips, their bi metal blades general demo blades will chew through 16d an 12d nails better than the metal blades made by DeWalt, etc. Not to mention their effect on wood.
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Thank you, at least I was barking up the right tree the only ones I had bought so far were Milwaukee. Luckily Home Depot carries both, which is nice since there is one less than 3 miles from the house, next closest is over 12 miles.
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Ahhhh yes... fine woodworking.
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Pat Barber wrote:

For that extra fine detail I like the blade Milwaukee calls the Axe.
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I bought one of them incredible Swedish steel (blue) wrecking bars. Gransfors & Tove for that satisfying destructive moment. Stupid money for those, but worth every penny. You slide that sucker in between something, it's coming apart. Coupled with a Milwaukee AXE and a quart of scotch, we're talking the equivalent of an F-5 funnel cloud. . . . . . . . .okay, maybe F-2.. I'm not that young any more.
r -----> who wants to go and wreck something.....
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Robatoy wrote:

Now this bunch is a bit more civilized than an F5. It would be a more appropriate to use an example like "Give me one more swig and we'll go resaw that schoolbus"
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I've used the Milwaukee Axe reciprocating saw blades. Thick and tough. Too thick to bend though. So you need some other thinner more flexible blades when you are doing more refined demolition work than cutting everything within reach apart. Reciprocating saws do better refined demoliton work than jigsaws.
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On Mar 26, 3:24pm, " snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com"

Ohhh, refined... you mean like a polished 20 pound sledge?
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The top three in my opinion: I prefer Milwaukee Bosch Lennox
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